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Use of the conjunction “and” in Greek – Part 2 Posted by on Apr 16, 2018

Γεια σας! Last week, I posted an article about the different uses of the conjunction και. This is the second part. Enjoy! #5. ό,τι και να/ό,τι κι αν= no matter what Ό,τι κι αν κάνει, οι γονείς του θα τον αγαπούν. / No matter what he does, his parents will love him. Ό,τι και να…

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Use of the conjunction “and” in Greek- Part 1 Posted by on Apr 9, 2018

Γεια σας! First, I would like to thank you for your comments and suggestions on future topics. I really appreciate it. Today, this post is about the use of και and I decided to write about it after I read a comment on our Facebook page. This topic gives learners a hard time and I…

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Use of the conjunction “na” Posted by on Apr 21, 2014

The right use of the conjunctions ότι, πως, να (oti, pos, na) which mean “that” and “to”)  is not always clear and  Greek learners often misuse them (ελπίζω που instead of ελπίζω να etc.). Verbs that express desire, wish, necessity, exhortation, possibility and prohibition are followed by the conjunction να (na, to) and a verb in…

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